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Choosing the Right Capacity for Your Storage Water Heater

| Monday July 27, 2020

You look at the bunch of keys in your hands, and it feels like your heart skipped a beat. You’ve just gotten the keys to your brand-new house and you’re psyched to have a space you can call your own. You ponder over a lot of things: the kind of tiles to use for your kitchen, the placement of the sofa, the material of the dining table, and the kind of water heater for your bathroom. 

Weld Lines in Storage Water Heaters

| Sunday July 19, 2020

As a homeowner, you probably have spent a lot of time noodling over which kind of water heater—instant or storage—will be best for your home. If you’ve done your fair share of research, you might have given thought to storage water heaters or might have even gotten one for your home. As the name implies, this sort of water heater comes with an in-built storage tank, where water is heated and stored.

Unlike instant water heaters,

Storage Water Heaters for Tight Ceiling Spaces

| Tuesday July 14, 2020

You’ve just gotten the keys to your new apartment and you’re thrilled to be moving in. The entire space is an empty canvas for your personality, and you can’t wait to fill it with the sleekest furniture and the latest gadgets. The bathroom is one important corner at home because it’s where you often start and end your day, whether it’s grooming, brushing teeth, or taking a shower. Because you spend so much time in there,

Why Rheem Water Heaters are Designed to Automatically Stop Heating

| Monday July 6, 2020

Yes, you read that right: Rheem Water Heaters are engineered with an automatic heating cutoff system. It may be a strange concept to grasp; why would a water heater designed for heating, stop heating automatically? Does it mean that the hot water supply gets interrupted when you’re in the midst of a shower, and you’re only left with undesirable cold water? That certainly doesn’t sound right.

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